Written on: 27/05/2010 by teacupper (1 review written)
We got our wega second hand, it was from the internet. I saw wega for sale and rang them immediatly. Our wega has had it's tumbles, and has a chip in the plastic at the bottom, it is 32" and is heavier than you can belive. This tv is exceptional, 50hz and we get motion blur so little, it is fun when it happens. The sound is excellent, the picture brilliant, we have it 2ish years and the people before us 3ish. This tv is showing no signs of faults and i would probably advise people to buy… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/04/2010
i have 36" which my friend has had since 2001, he has just bought a new flat screen and gave me his sony wega. whilst moving the tv from his house to my car i fell backward down 15 stairs when my friend dropped his end and agian when we were try ing to get it into my car boot. when i got it into my house i was devastated that it had a big crack on the top but to my amazement when i turned it on i still worked and has a perfect picture still, this tv is built like a tank. on word to describe… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/01/2010
We were very pleased with our Sony Wega but just after the guarantee expired it began to have cloudy lines which go across the picture - the retailer said they had never heard of it before & would charge to look at it but doubted anything could be done emailed Sony who ignored our email we have always been big fans of Sony but this will be the last of their products we buy - we continue to use the TV but picture not good & continues to be a bad advertisement for Sony when all our friends etc… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/06/2009
The picture tube on my Sony Wega 36" Trinitron TV, also manufactured in 2001, went after 8 years. We are very disappointed. I have emailed SONY and hope that they will stand behind their product or it will be the last SONY I buy… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/01/2007 by mozio (1 review written)
My 36" Sony Trinitron Wega television was manufactured in Sept.2001 and I brought it in Feb. 2002. On or about Dec.6th, 2006 after turning on my set. I noticed it had no color Red and everything had a yellowish green tint to it.
I tried resetting the color and when that didn't work I ended up calling a repairman. I called three different places before finding a guy who said he would come and take a look. It seemed like everytime I told the person on the phone that I had a 36" Sony Wega and gave… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/11/2001 by ball. (1 review written)
Having lived in both Swindon and the U.S, I can honestly say
that there are not enough 'small' wide-screen TVs in (our
corner of) the U.S, and there are far too many TVs with just
RF connectors. There's also a distinct lack of Teletext.
Q1: When is analogue/analog terrestrial being phased out in
Q2: Is S4C available over digital terrestrial? :-)… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/05/2001 by debra. (1 review written)
I bought a Sony 36" WEGA with built-in stereo.
The stereo is worth the couple hundred bucks extra as it has obviated the need for more extensive (and expensive) components. The picture is INCREDIBLE, and FLAT is BETTER.
While a whopping price tag, its a whopping good picture… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/12/2000 by Neo. (1 review written)
I have the 32" Sony Wega 50Hz. This screen is incredable, the picture quality is excellent, sound is good offering the usual modes (Rock,Pop etc) The TV also features a "Smart" mode which automatically ajusts the screen format to the current broadcast. I have mine connected via Scart to Digital Cable TV, the screen goes into 16:9 automatically when there is a Widescreen broadcast.
If you've got the cash then buy a sony Wega, you'll get a quality piece of kit that's very reliable… Read Full Review